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Other media | MundoAcuicola: Korea approves six Chilean seafood producers through documentary inspection

CHILE
Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Companies had to present information related to their production processes, including photographs, analysis results, and inspection guidelines applied by the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service.

Given the situation generated by the health emergency and the impossibility of conducting inspections on the ground, the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety of Korea, MFDS, approved a documentary audit carried out on six Chilean companies that export fishery and aquaculture products to that Asian nation.

Source: MundoAcuicola | Read the full article here


IN BRIEF - The Norwegian saithe, star of one of the challenges in the next MasterChef Celebrity program

SPAIN
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Madrid - The Norwegian saithe will be the key ingredient in one of the challenges that the aspiring MasterChef Celebrity will have to face in their third program. Tomorrow, Tuesday 29, after the outdoor test and already on the set, the applicants with black aprons will have 60 minutes to prepare the best dish with this great-tasting white fish, and they will have to sharpen their eyes and nose to recognize different sauces , condiments and herbs with which they will later have to work to accompany it.
 
Saithe is a white, wild, healthy, and very affordable fish that is caught off the coast of Norway in a sustainable way. It has a very characteristic flavor within white fish and a firm texture, like a good swimmer, which makes it very versatile in the kitchen. From preparations such as the oven, grill or stews, to fried or more elaborate dishes.

Other Media | EuropaAzul: British fishermen brace for rough waters of a no-deal Brexit

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

"The French will always be the ones causing the most trouble," says 'Crystal Sea' English boss David Stevens. His family has been trawling for generations and is prepared for any wave that hits on January 1. So will it be a new dawn at sea after Brexit for fishing? Seemingly relaxed about the future, he accepts that trouble is on the horizon, but predicts a passing storm.

Five hours from Newlyn in Cornwall, the nets are out and the conversation is focused on the next few weeks. “It was said that fishing would be the litmus test of how far we have come out of the EU. I think it's true, ”says David.

Source: EuropaAzul | Read the full article here


Otros Medios | iPac.acuicultura: El próximo 30 de noviembre se volverá a celebrar una nueva edición del 'Día de la Acuicultura'

SPAIN
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Un año más, y van nueve, el 30 de noviembre volverá a celebrarse el “Día de la Acuicultura”. Se hará, como destacan desde el Observatorio Español de Acuicultura de la Fundación Biodiversidad, impulsor y coordinador de este evento en colaboración de todos los agentes vinculados al sector acuícola, “a pesar de encontrarnos en año muy complicado e incierto”. Precisamente, y a pesar de la difícil situación que estamos viviendo, desde el Observatorio Español de Acuicultura se pretende “que este siga siendo un día de celebración de todos que los tratamos de impulsar la acuicultura en nuestro país”.

Fuente: iPac.acuicultura | Lea el articulo completo aqui


Other Media | fishfarmingexpert: Researchers probe seafood sector ‘Covid-shock’

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

A research team led by Oban-based Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) has begun to investigate the impact of Covid-19 on the UK seafood industry.

Analysis of the previous economic crash in 2008 showed huge implications for the sector, which also needed a longer recovery time than other industries, said SAMS in a press release. There is also a great deal of uncertainty within the industry over a looming post-Brexit end to the transition period.

Source: fishfarmingexpert | Read the full article here 


Other Media | Fish Farmer: Gael Force Power Distribution

UNITED KINGDOM
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Secure, reliable and tidy power distribution to pens is critical for the operation of modern farms. But maintaining uninterrupted power in a dynamic and exposed marine environment can be a challenge. With their extensive marine experience, Gael Force have introduced a newly created aquaculture specific design for full power infrastructure.

Compliant to 18th edition regulations and signed off by their qualified electricians, Gael Force’s Power Distribution system allows for a fully flexible and safe installation from barge to pen.

Author: Janice Johnston / Fish Farmer | Read the full article here


Other Media | SeafoodSource: US institutional foodservice expected to recover in 2023

UNITED STATES
Tuesday, September 29, 2020

In harsh news for seafood suppliers and distributors, the United States institutional foodservice sector is not expected to recover until 2023.

The new Rabobank projection is based on current trends and assumes no major resurgence in U.S. COVID-19 cases, which could alter projections, according to Amit Sharma, executive director of food and foodservice for Rabobank.

Institutional or non-commercial foodservice sales are down around 35 percent for the year through August, Sharma said, and will likely be down 30-35 percent for the rest of the year.

Author: Christine Blank / SeafoodSource | Read the full article here


IN BRIEF - Border exemptions leaves fishing industry 'hugely relieved'

NEW ZEALAND
Monday, September 28, 2020

NZ-flagged deepsea trawlers which were set to be tied up due to overseas worker shortages could be back fishing again by November.

The Government has established time-limited border entry exceptions for up to 30 veterinarians, 570 deep sea fishing crew and 210 agricultural and horticultural mobile plant operators.

The move has left some in the industry “hugely relieved”.

Sealord's 'Aukaha' trawler (Photo: courtesy Sealord)

In exchange for the border exception, the fishing industry has committed to removing barriers to employing New Zealanders, including reviewing pay structures and business models, and investing significantly in training and education.

Stuff recently reported some fishing companies were out of business while others were bracing for large financial hits as the deep water New Zealand industry, unable to get skilled foreign workers into the country, began tying up vessels.

Author: Tim O'Connell / Stuff

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Other Media | La Voz de Galicia: Traditional fishmongers join the 'take away'

SPAIN
Monday, September 28, 2020

Fedepesca reaches an agreement with Komefy to implement the service

The traditional fishmongers, like many other retail businesses, were making their first steps in the online world, when a global pandemic arrived that forced them to take an accelerated computer course. And they proved to be outstanding students. Overnight they organized by phone, WhatsApp, email, social networks and web pages ... to serve their long-time customers. Thus, during the weeks of confinement, the fishmongers reached historical figures for home delivery, as they even accounted for 80% of total sales for the day, explains Fedepesca, the federation that represents fish retailers.

Source: The Voice of Galicia | Read the full article here


Other Media | aqua.cl: ASC-MSC: The world's first certified seaweed products go on sale in Korea

SOUTH KOREA
Monday, September 28, 2020

The ASC-MSC standard applies globally to all places and scales of production, including the collection of wild populations and the cultivation of macro and micro algae.

In a world first in responsible and sustainable seafood, Koreans can now purchase ASC-MSC certified seaweed products in stores and online, finally giving conscientious consumers an option to reward the producers responsible for this popular and important food in said Asian nation.

Source: aqua.cl | Read the full article here


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